If there's one food group that everyone has an opinion on it's pizza.


There are over 2,000 pizzerias across NJ, and one Bridgeton pizza shop has been named among the 25 best in the entire state, coming in at No. 18 on a list published by the travel website, Enjoy Travel.

The website presented the top 25 pizzas in New Jersey and Big John’s Pizza, located at 90 E Commerce St in Bridgeton, was included among the top 20, as the 18th-best pizza city in the state.

This is nothing fancy, but it is without doubt the place to come for some of the tastiest pizza in New Jersey. Big John’s Pizza is best known for their double thick pie, which has a wonderful doughy base and is loaded with toppings.
Along with great service every single time you go in to pick up your pizza, this is not a place you are going to want to miss.

Here is the full list, with most of the pizza shops coming from the northern and central parts of the state.

How many of these places have you tried?

I can say I have only tried Tacconelli’s in Burlington, which came in at No. 15 on the list and just recently I have tried DeLorenzo’s Tomato Pies in Robbinsville, which was No. 11 on the list.

What was No. 1? Razza in Jersey City.  Next up was Brooklyn Boy in Edison, Bricco Coal fired pizza in Westmont, Tony D’s Pizza in Caldwell was No. 4 and Delenio in Jersey City rounds out the top five.

As for south jersey, here are some places to try down the shore.

The Ultimate South Jersey Pizza Guide


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